Final Week 17 December
KBS Seminar Series on Re-imagining Our Future Post-COVID
As the world grapples with the ongoing threat of COVID-19 and its effects, people across all sectors are systematically reacting and responding to the crisis. At the Kemmy Business School in the University of Limerick, a new online series of seminars aims to examine a post-COVID Ireland, asking how we can use this moment of crisis to shape a more sustainable future.
The series, which is run in conjunction with European Expo 2020, will discuss the economic, policy, and industry challenges resulting from COVID-19 and new opportunities we can explore, particularly in relation to leadership, sustainability and smart cities design.
Re-imagining Our Future Post-COVID will be delivered through Microsoft Teams live events and will be delivered by KBS and UL academics, as well as guest lecturers.
Seminar Dates & Themes
Thursday 3rd December, 12:30 – 14:00
Leadership in the time of COVID-19 and resilience in the age of a pandemic.
Thursday 10th December, 12:30 – 14:00
Our Environment: Creating a more sustainable Ireland post-COVID.
Thursday 17th December, 12:30 – 14:00
Re-imagining our cities post-COVID: Smart cities, the urban environment and collective recovery.
Tickets for this virtual series are available through Eventbrite here.
Prof Damian Hine, Executive Dean KBS;
Prof Eoin Reeves, Head of Department of Economics, KBS;
Ass. Prof. Stephen Kinsella, Department of Economics, KBS;
Elaine Mullane – Project Coordinator, programme support; ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Erin King – Technical support ( email@example.com )